Hassan Nazer's "Utopia" will represent Afghanistan in the foreign-language film category at the 88th Academy Awards.
GOTEBORG, Sweden– Scandinavian sales house LevelK has acquired Danish documentary feature “Motley’s Law,” about Kimberley Motley, a former Miss Wisconsin-turned-litigator in Afghanistan. Doc is…
Jamshid Mahmoudi's debut feature, "A Few Cubic Meters of Love" is Afghanistan's entry for the foreign-language Academy Awards.
At once immersive and apolitical, "The Hornet's Nest" offers a vivid up-close look at the carnage and chaos that define the day-to-day life — and death — of U.S. military personnel in…
Sebastian Junger delivers a worthy companion piece to 'Restrepo' with this more reflective dispatch from the front lines of Afghanistan.
Simon Cowell's Syco and FremantleMedia is to launch "Afghanistan's Got Talent," which will be the 55th local adaptation of the format. The show will bow later this year on Afghanistan's 1TV Media. It…
The power of television to reflect and effect change in a society during an epochal period of transition is vividly examined in "The Network," Eva Orner's illuminating documentary about the founding…
Afghanistan has decided to send helmer Atiq Rahimi's war drama "The Patience Stone" (Syngue sabour) to vie for a foreign language Oscar nomination.
Farrell Meisel, a veteran U.S. TV executive overseeing a TV network in Afghanistan, is leaving the position after 20 months, citing security concerns.
News Corp. Monday said it will take a minority stake in Moby, a media company headquartered in Dubai and active in Central Asia, principally Afghanistan, and the Middle East.
Phil Grabsky's sequel to 2004's rural Afghan drama, "The Boy Who Plays on the Buddhas of Bamiyan," should follow its well-traveled predecessor's route to international fest play and tube sales.